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Q: Why was the Beer Hall Pusch a successful event in Adolf Hitler’s political career? a. It ended reparations for Germany. b. It led to the immediate promotion of Hitler as the leader of the Nazi
party. c. It led to the collapse of the German government. d. It increased his popularity among both government and public sectors.
A: Answer: Why was the Beer Hall Pusch a successful event in Adolf Hitler's political career? d. [ It increased his popularity among both government and public sectors. Answer: It increased his popularity among both government and public sectors. ? ... ? Germany in WW2 ]
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User: Why was the Beer Hall Pusch a successful event in Adolf Hitler’s political career? a. It ended reparations for Germany. b. It led to the immediate promotion of Hitler as the leader of the Nazi party. c. It led to the collapse of the German government. d. It increased his popularity among both government and public sectors.

Weegy: Answer: Why was the Beer Hall Pusch a successful event in Adolf Hitler's political career? d. [ It increased his popularity among both government and public sectors. Answer: It increased his popularity among both government and public sectors. ? ... ? Germany in WW2 ]
jms4282|Points 111|

User: The post-WW I foreign policy of the United States was focused on expansionism.

User: Which of the following discussed global disarmament and Pacific security? a. Washington Conference b. Isolationism c. Kellogg-Briand Pact d. none of the above

Weegy: none of the above
NailJunkie|Points 0|

User: World War I debt and reparations led to this country’s bankruptcy and resentment of its neighbors. a. Germany c. Poland b. France d. Great Britain

Weegy: World War I dept and reparations led to this country's bankruptcy and resentment of its neighbors A.Germany Thanks!
experto|Points 517|

User: In a word , what was the American foreign policy after WWI? a. interventionist c. militaristic b. isolationist d. imperialistic

Weegy: a. interventionist
Jfrances|Points 80|

User: One of the primary advocates for disarmament was a. President Roosevelt c. Frank Kellogg b. Emily Greene Balch d. David Lloyd George





Weegy: b. Emily Greene Balch. Emily Green Balch helped to found the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and campaigned against America's entry into the conflict
Expert answered|Marvel2|Points 1400|



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